Shattered Reality!

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#58 Marty Rosenblatt Associative Remote Viewing

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Marty Rosenblatt of the Applied Precognition Project

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Kate Valentine and Fahrusha welcome Marty Rosenblatt to “Shattered Reality Podcast”. Marty is the founder of the Applied Precognition Project. The “Applied Precognition Project’s mission is to publicly explore, research and apply logic and intuition/emotion to predict future event outcomes, enabling participants to evolve personally while contributing to the elevation of global consciousness.” APP has several different groups of viewers who remotely view different sorts of future events that can generate money, such as the stock market or sports events. ARV usually has a binary approach wherein two very different photo scenes are used to represent an up or down or yes or no type outcome unrelated pictorially to the photos. The APP also has several other groups, including the “Sublime” group which focuses on remote viewing from the dream state co-ordinated by Nancy Smith, a friend of SRP.   

We spoke to Marty about his method of Associative Remote Viewing and related scientific concepts such as retro-causation and quantum entanglement. He spoke about the basic precepts of ARV. He is very conversant in interesting theories about consciousness and shared some with us.

We went on to speak about Hal Puthoff’s participation in Tom Delonge’s “To The Stars Academy” and other puzzling conundrums.

In the Listeners’ Corner we spoke of listener June Ponte’s art show and read a selection of the excellent children’s book Imagine If Thoughts Were Balloons illustrated by listener Diane Waybright. This book demonstrates a very compassionate way to help children to choose their thoughts consciously.

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Author: fahrusha

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2 thoughts on “#58 Marty Rosenblatt Associative Remote Viewing

  1. Fahrusha – Just listened to your latest podcast and thoroughly enjoyed it! Also ordered a copy of Imagine If Thoughts Were Balloons at http://www.hermeshousepress.com! Thanks for all the great insight.

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